Elsadda, Hoda and Maissan Hassan. Bina’ wa nidal: min arshif al-haraka alniswiyya al-masriyya (A Legacy of Struggle and Institution Building: From the Archive of the Egyptian Feminist Movement). Cairo: The Women and Memory Forum, 2018.
Articles and Conference Proceedings
Hassan, Maissan. “Feminist Narratives to Wider Audiences.” In Feminist Pedagogy: Museums, Memory Sites and Practices of Remembrance, edited by Meral Akknet and Nehir Kovar, 184-193. Istanbul: ISTOS Publishing, 2019.
Hassan, Maissan. “Multi-Generationen-Feminismus in den arabischen Ländern.” Original title “Multi-generational Feminism in the Arab Region: Thoughts on Feminist Cultural Production.” Translated by Susanne Auer and Gaby Franger. In Alltag, Erinnerung, Kunst, Aktion: Rückblick, Nach Vorne, edited by Gaby Franger, 29-32. Fürth: Frauen in der Einen Welt, 2019.
Urgola, Stephen and Maissan Hassan. “Women’s Collections in Egypt. Insights into the American University in Cairo’s Rare Books and Special Collections Library and the Women and Memory Forum’s Archives.” Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals 14, no. 3 (2018): 315-329.
Hassan, Maissan and Diana Magdy. “Narrating Gender in Egypt’s Public Sphere: The Archive of Women’s Oral History.” Cairo Papers in Social Science 35, no.1 (2018) 134-144.
Hassan, Maissan. “Political-Social Movements: Community-Based: Egypt (Post-Revolution).” In Encyclopaedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, edited by Suad Joseph. Leiden: Brill, 2016.
Reclaiming and Redefining Rights. ICPD +20: Status of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in the Middle East and North Africa.